We are all ages, all different shapes. We are inclusive. We have different politics, we eat different foods, we work in widely differing spheres. Some of us have a struggle making ends meet, others have plenty. Some of us are single, some of us are married, some divorced. Some of us are adopted, some estranged from their parents, some of us desperately want children, others have a rich family life. We have addictions, some of us have been abused and we have all laughed, cried,loved, raged, been grumpy, mean, generous - IN OTHER WORDS WE ARE HUMAN BEINGS......
On the floors where we dance, our differences dissolve and we are just our moving and sweating bodies. We can then find connections to self and others purely through movement.
In the last 15 years I have seen the everyday reality of movement work. Individuals giving themselves attention and care as they struggle to find what they need, the outpouring of passion of every sort; friendships that have grown between students, community projects started and gatherings held with a clear commitment to service to the wider world in many areas. Finally I have seen many students take the path of spiritual exploration towards that “stillness at the centre of the turning world”.
Come and join us — you will be very welcome.